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"jamil" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

07:53 min | 3 months ago

"jamil" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"And welcome to another episode of i way with jamaica djamil. I hope you're well. I am fine. I've just started a new job in the last week or so. I'm shitting myself. Because i feel very rusty and underprepared and freak to filming during covid is extremely odd though. I'm so excited and grateful to be back at work. But i feel like a beginner again. I wonder if any of you going through the same thing now. Everyone's getting vaccinated welds. Opening backup are any facing anxiety about the world opening back up five expressed that before during many of my intros my fair of who i am and how the hell. I'm going to cope at something called a party. If i ever go to one of whose again anyway i i'll keep you posted. I guess as best as i can about how. I'm how i'm doing on this new job. I think you'll be able to gauge it from the tension my voice that wish me luck now. Today's episode means a lot to me. It's a conversation. I wanted to have for ages and i didn't quite know how i was going to go about it. If you have been falling me for a while you might know the i am. Obsessed with how damaging tabloid media is in particular to women. I really believe in the system of build women up specifically to rip them down. And i've had conversations before this just last week. I had kelly rowland on the podcast being extraordinary. If you have not heard the app said please go back into it. She so amazing. And i feel as though not enough people in the world even though she's got ten million followers on instagram still. That is not enough people. In the world knowing what just a gem an icon. This woman is to go back into that but she and i touched on media interference in her career. What it was like dealing with that much misogyny so many lies and while it's all good and well and so important to have this conversation with those who are suffering from this dynamic. it's also really important to have this conversation with those who were on the other side with one of the journalists. And i just so happen to know someone who dipped out of tabloid journalism. About eight years ago he just was fed up he could see the ugliness and he just didn't want anything more to do with such a horrifying industry had seen so many awful things and just been a part of so many things that he was feeling ashamed of and uncomfortable with. And so long before this. Britney documentary came out long before the paris. Hilton documentary came out long before meghan markle even was a name that many of us knew this person had left. His name is dean piper. And he's a really really wonderfully open sincere accountable intelligent and good person. And he came onto this podcast. Which i thought was really brave because not a lot of people who have been toppled cultural. Who are ever want to own up to any of their part in the parent misogyny that seeps from tabloid media into our society but dangerous came on with nothing to hide and we just had a very soothing and healing conversation about all of that where i got to ask him what it's like now. What goes through the mind of someone who's in culture. How does it work. What is the system of buildup and rip down and he answered a lot of my questions. And i just found it really interesting and and an important. Listen because it's great to finally meet one of the makers even though he doesn't do it now he was someone who did a very high level for a long time. And so perhaps if you are someone who reads these articles or click. On those websites clicks on the pitches who shares the michelle's the memes. Don't worry rule that with you. i've done it too. It's important to understand the inner workings of what it is that your buying into that you'll accidentally maybe even funding with your clicks with your shares with your algorithms. This episode is not just about tabloid media all celebrity. It's also about public accountability. The things that we can do as members of the public to protect people in the public eye. But mostly women mostly just taking into account that fine even if you don't give a shit about public figures 'cause they're super privileged and really cares. I don't mind that. I'm i'm o'hare for however anyone would feel about not wanting to be protective over the most protected people in the world i i totally get that but we have to think about the fact that this culture bleed into schools at bleeds into offices it bleeds into workplaces and so it is important for us to combat it in order to make sure that we build a safer world for us and future generations and with everything going on this week. Poor old cloak khloe kardashian. Who we don't discuss this episode experience just before this mess of posting at lots of pictures of herself on holiday inn clearly breathing into her ribs are exposed and very stylized posed photographs quite possibly quite edited and then someone else posted a picture on edited and she looked a bit different. She's fantastic in the unedited photograph in my opinion much better than she does in any editor grocers like a real person. She was beautiful. She was happy. Should it's free. She's not closing your eyes and stuck in her stomach till she can't breathe. She just looks free and young and coal and sadly she sees that photograph and jesse use only floors and to try to get that vote to graph taken down off the internet. This perfectly fine photograph and as soon as you try and do something like that as soon as you start to take extreme actions to stop the wealth finding out about something that is often when it becomes the most viral because that's just human nature and people want to do and see what is forbidden and it's just been a fucking mess and as much as i have. You know. I have made my problems with the kardashians known over the years. Because i hate that. They do perpetuate these false edited ideals and standards that they uphold. Which frustrate me i. I also feel really fucking bad for them. And i've said this all along that they wouldn't be this obsessed with diet culture with their parents. They wouldn't probably promote this much staff around their ascetic if they hadn't been so bullied scrutinized by the media but also by the public anyone who's ever shed any articles fat shaming them commenting on my looks even to just complain about the article but mostly any of us who've ever shared those articles with those memes who've ever enjoyed the gossip around the kardashians when people making fun of the way they look. We've all been part of the problem. We've all perpetuated. Their perpetuation is sort of this cycle of fat phobia and self hate and so again. It feels like a very timely moment to discuss tabloid media the public. Our obsession with women are obsession with shitting on women. This is just an episode. That i've been hoping for for ages and i'm so lucky that dane was willing to come on and be vulnerable with.

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Show #56 "Cadet to Comedy" Ross Bennett  Shares! - burst 02

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:58 min | 4 months ago

Show #56 "Cadet to Comedy" Ross Bennett Shares! - burst 02

"You started off as a west coast comic and then switched over born and raised my younger years in a small town in western new york state. Nothing like i was in florida for a number of years. I was but i was never a new york city garlic and i remember being in l. a. at the comedy store around nineteen eighty one. These new york act started to come out when they were fully formed. Here i was trying to figure out how to do this shit. And when some seinfeld coming out fully formed just just pre prepared or george george. Wallace larry miller our. If there was there was a whole group of them that came out from new york all in that same year and they all had huge success. But as you mentioned they came out having already somewhat honed at least the beginning of their sets their material on the rough stages in new york and came to l. a. a somewhat already vested and you were coming up from sam cisco in la for more just getting started at that time my attitude was. I'm going to have to get to get good someplace. And wherever i get good. If i get out to l. a. it's gonna take me another year two years working in the l. a. So i said i might as well go to la and work on getting good there. Of course. I already had like attendant of that okay. I had an act was good enough to get me into the semi-finals the san francisco comedy competition. I had an act. It was good enough. That when freeman saw me he took me right over to greg. Book made me a regular day me spot. I enacted was good enough. That i could kill at the comedy store and when mitzi called me over she said don't let that fool you. You're not funny jamil. Brutal see was brutal. I haven't heard quite like that.

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"jamil" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:47 min | 6 months ago

"jamil" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Way to hire denuding. So i think i have a big barrier between myself and emotional empathy yet. I think i have a fast pass to cognitive empathy. Like i think. I'm good at understand that and then i'm very fearful of having to take on someone else's emotions which is natural. I mean i think that. That's probably the oldest part of empathy like it's the one that is exhibited by the most other animals for instance so like all sorts of animals from types of birds to wrote in too. I mean definitely monkeys and primates. Have this sort of resonance so like if you dislike a sad experiment but if you give one mouse. Electric shocks and then either have another mouse sitting at a different cage. Just hanging out or also receiving shocks a will squeal more if they're also seeing another mouse received shots indicating that they're not just feeling their own pain they're like resonating with the pain of another mess. It's really ancient form of empathy. But it's definitely a tough one to feel and when you graph that with social animals versus solitary animals juicy that increase social animals. I guess what i'm asking is. It's the circuitry to allow us to live in multi member groups. I think it's part of it. So there's evidence. For instance that the experience of residents animals tracks their willingness to help stranger animals right so for instance rats experienced emotional empathy. I call it resonance because it's a little bit hard to say that iraq experience empathy. Because you can't really ask it. But they show signs that they suffer when other rat suffer and that tracks their willingness to give up chocolate to help another rat get out of a cage and do you think when you look at different social animals. Like the work of robin dunbar. I'm thinking about this. Great anthropologist who studied of each species brain is taken up by the frontal lobe. Right of newest part of the brain responsible for complex cognitive function. The frontal lobe that species has the greater group size..

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"jamil" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

04:01 min | 6 months ago

"jamil" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Those people and i think oftentimes psychologist by accident. They encourage a certain type of behavior. And these they say that's how people behave like well. That's how people behave when you tell them to behave that way. Yeah so we need to be cautious there marveling that the participants won't stop this and yet they're in a position to stop it and they're not stopping. It's wonderfully ironic damn tasty okay. So why specifically were you drawn to the topic of empathy. And then i think it would be really helpful to define empathy. Because i know we often work off this work of paul bloom who i'm sure you know extensively. Are you friendly with him or are you at odds with him. Or are you in. Lockstep on empathy or paul is the best frenemy guy. Could he's an awesome dude. We're good friends. And i think one of the great things about academia science just thinking is that sometimes having a really smart person with you will push your thinking more than anything you know. Yeah exactly what bastard. Next absolutely disagree with paul. And i'm totally grateful to him for articulating his perspective. So well that it helped me evolve my own thinking. Oh great. Because i think i have very thin sliced understanding paul's definition of empathy which is again correct me if i'm mischaracterizing it but you know that empathy is the ability to imagine what the person's going through and he makes a real point. That empathy is not the same as sympathy. It's not the same as taking on their emotions in the point that he makes if one witnesses a swimmer that's drowning one need not get themselves into a craze state of drowning to be effective and help them and similarly surgeon would not be useful for the surgeon to imagine. Their lungs are about to be transplanted. That's not a good state of mind for a surgeon to be and so he believes there is time and place for empathy. And so maybe do you guys start with different definitions of empathy. Yeah we do a little bit. So i think you're onto something here so the way that most research psychologist think of empathy is as an umbrella term that captures multiple ways. We respond to somebody else. So like imagine that you're having lunch with the friend back what we could do that type of thing and and your friend gets a phone call and you don't know who's on the other side of the line or what they're saying. It's not good because your friend begins to cry right. Well as you see your friend break down a few things might happen in you. You might feel bad yourself. Vicariously taking on his feelings which we would call emotional empathy. Okay you probably would also try to figure out what he's feeling and why which we would call cognitive empathy called theory of mind and then at least if you're a decent friend you probably care about what your pal is going through and want him to feel better which we call. Empathic concern or compassion. So it's sharing what someone feels thinking about. They feel and then a motivation..

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"jamil" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:50 min | 6 months ago

"jamil" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Teaching at stanford. Since i knew that academia is a thing that you could do and it's not because was familiar with it. I mean i'd never been to california before. I turned thirty. I mean. I think. I've been there once before i interviewed out there. It's just because the tradition of psychology. There's is just an amazing. I mean forever. People at stanford have done what. I guess you'd call action science. Which is it's not just research that's meant to explore the human mind just for the fun of it which it is super fun. I mean i love it. And it's great but psychology at stanford really focus on what type of insights can turn into a meaningful change quickly right to decrease disparities and opportunities across their socioeconomic status to increase people's ability to cultivate mental health. Right i mean we're sort of oriented towards basic science. That hope is going to sound grandiose but they can make a positive change in the world so that was magnetic forever is the stanford prison experiment feather in your cap or a black mark on your resume. I don't know if that's gotta be the study that you guys are most known for ya. I suppose it is. Yeah and so it's interesting. So let me just say. There is a plaque directly below. My office that commemorates the stanford prison experiment. And i remember seeing it in my first week of being there. And i remember thinking to we really want plaque for that. He learned so much from that. I think there was instrumental in us knowing human behavior. yeah. I was telling. Can i ask the history of it was all this known immediately or were there not waves of interpretation so the first conclusion right was like if you empower people with these roles these identities of prison guard and inmate. You're going to get some behavior that normally those people would not have exhibited without those roles right now he's and then now it is understood that also the executor's of the experiment themselves were also being infected with this notion..

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"jamil" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

05:17 min | 6 months ago

"jamil" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"That i know is immovable for me and sometimes i think you know. We think of empathy as threatening to un more us or make us lose the anchor that we have to reality. Can i just add really quick. I just think yeah. That's one way to interpret that but another way to interpret it would be no what you end up coming to a conclusion that none of these points of view are ninety percent. Correct that unfortunately. Everything's incredibly complicated. Everything's on a spectrum. Everything is sixty this and forty that. I don't think that's a bad place to come out in. I think that actually is the reality of life on this planet. Yeah i think that's right. And you know in psych one when i teach freshmen. I talk about that dress. You remember the dress that was blue and black with some some lunatic. Thought it was widened. Gold tab basically talk about how there are experiences that we have that just are concrete objective in our mind and simply are not objective if you look across people right and that includes the things that we see the things that we hear and also our opinions. If somebody did it like the queen's gambit you'd be like fuck off no opinion worth having but then of course it goes deeper as well right so after the election. I saw there was a tweet that this prison put up. There was sort of like if you voted for biden and i want you to reach out to a trump supporter because they are experiencing disappointment. Right now try to empathize with them and the response to that tweet was immediate forceful and totally negative. People said no way. I'm not going to empathize with someone. Who voted for somebody. Who i think is just awful in these particular ways are threatening my rights in these in these other ways and i'm sure people on both sides feel that way right. They believe that anyone who voted in directions opposite to them is a hateful person. In fact there's a bunch of research on this was called meta dehumanisation. So basically if i'm on one side of the political aisle and you ask me how do people on the other side feel about you. I say oh they hate me..

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"jamil" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

01:32 min | 6 months ago

"jamil" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Well welcome to armchair expert. I'm dan rathers. I'm joined by monster mouse. Dan rathers plural. Today i'm dan rather there's two experts on expert so old. You should be monstrous mice. Well today we have meals zaki on. And he is a professor of psychology at stanford university and the director of the stamford social neuroscience lab now using tools from psychology and science. He and his colleagues examined how empathy works. And how people can learn to empathize more effectively. Now we talked about empathy all the time on here and we were. I advocate and speak for you. A kind of paul bloom approached empathy or understanding in this one delightfully so stands in opposition to that. Yeah we get into it. We're challenging ourselves. Myself is writing on. These topics has appeared in the new york. Times the washington post the new yorker and the atlantic and he has a new book called the war for kindness. So please enjoy jameel. Zaki are supported by neum. You know how to chew how to use chopsticks kinda and how to fold a slice of pizza so the cheese doesn't slide off in you get that perfect first bite but do you really know how to eat. Neum says if you wanna lose weight. It's not about one thing eight today but how you eat in general numerous based in psychology and teaches.

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"jamil" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

01:32 min | 6 months ago

"jamil" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Well welcome to armchair expert. I'm dan rathers joined by monster mouse. Her dan rathers plural today. I'm dan rather. There's two experts on expert so old. You should be monstrous mice. Well today we have meals zaki. On and he is a professor of psychology at stanford university and the director of the stamford social neuroscience lab now using tools from psychology and neuroscience. He leads examined how empathy works. And how people can learn to empathize more effectively. Now we talked about empathy all the time on here and we were. I advocate and speak for you. A kind of paul bloom approached empathy or understanding in this one delightfully so stands in opposition to that. Yeah we get into it. We're challenging ourselves. Myself is writing on. These topics has appeared in the new york. Times the washington post the new yorker and the atlantic and he has a new book called the war for kindness. So please enjoy jameel. Zaki are supported by neum. You know how to chew how to use chopsticks kinda and how to fold a slice of pizza so the cheese doesn't slide off in you. Get that perfect. I might but do you really know how to eat. Neum says if you wanna lose weight it's not about one thing eight today but how you eat in general numerous based in psychology and teaches.

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"jamil" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

05:29 min | 11 months ago

"jamil" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"I'M GONNA get the car with my kids and he just kept walking away and explaining why he was not going to stop. And when he opened the front door of his vehicle, he was shot in the back seven times seven times at point blank range by the people who his taxpayer dollars pay to serve and protect him. And the audacity of people who say, well, there was a weapon in the car there was a gun in the car. There was a knife in the car. There wasn't a gun in the car. There was a knife in the car. Do you know where it was under his floor mat? Having lived in the Mid West I can tell you that nearly everybody I've encountered, they're keeps a knife under their format. I can also tell you having lived in Texas that a whole lot of people in Texas have rifle racks set up against their back windshields of their trucks guns out in the open. This is not a reason to kill someone. An a knife that a police officer not see because it was covered by the floor mat of vehicle is not an excuse to kill someone as a person who's been through both police boot camp with a city municipality and State Swat training I can tell you it is patently against training for officers to shoot someone in the back. The only reason you are ever to fire your weapon as if you fear for your life. You cannot fear for your life because someone is walking away from you not obeying you're screaming commands at them to stop walking. And you do not have the right to execute that person because they prioritize getting in their car and telling their children. Everything is okay. While a bunch of police have their guns drawn rather than turning around and talking to those police officers who have their guns drawn. This is not okay. I am angry I am heartbroken and I'm fucking pissed at people who look like me who are trying to justify. Our law enforcement executing our neighbors. This is not okay..

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"jamil" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"jamil" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Tall and very attractive and we both grew up watching TV lying down you had an excuse your back was broken. Car. was just too lazy. Shit Stevie. Pretended, my back was broken. They was amazing to me that I got the experience at nine hundred. I really think old children should be hit by a car just once because just I have often thought the same thing I really do. If I were president. No, but I I was able to gain this extraordinary level of perspective in my life because you know once you lose the ability to even Piss by yourself, your value system completely shifts forever. So it's been super handy in this incredibly vacuous bizarre competitive industry where everyone is thinking about what they don't have rather than being grateful for what they do have I mean we're a whole generation as obsessed with what we don't have been trained into that I'm commercialism and so. You. Know. I've been happy to I've just always been happy to be able to pass by myself. That's always been the bar. It's never been as net. The benchmark isn't have a chain. So I'm always thrilled with everything. That's fantastic. What a wonderful. Nobel what a wonderful partner you would be I mean you're you're just as long as you have access to your own bathroom and can piss by yourself. You're loving the partner you're with. That's fantastic. have in a great time. I'm very simple chilled human being I just.

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A Member Of Hezbollah Found Guilty Of Killing Lebanon's Ex-Prime Minister

PBS NewsHour

01:42 min | 1 year ago

A Member Of Hezbollah Found Guilty Of Killing Lebanon's Ex-Prime Minister

"Special international tribunal found a Hezbollah agent guilty of assassinating the former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. This at a tense time for the U. S designated terror group as political and financial pressure gross. Special correspondent Jane Ferguson reports from Beirut Thea Suicide truck bomb that killed Lebanon's Rafik Hariri on Valentine's Day. 2005 was sent there by Salim I. Ash, a member of Lebanon's dominant political and military force, Iran backed armed group Hezbollah, the trial chamber. Therefore finds Salim Jamil guilty as a co perpetrator off count one. The other three accused were found not guilty. All were tried in absentia, with Hezbollah's leadership, refusing to hand over the men who haven't been seen publicly for years. 1/5 conspirator Mustapha Badreddine was killed in Syria four years ago where he was commanding his Butler forces. The former prime minister, son sad. Hariri, who also recently held the office, was in court for the verdict. Afterwards, he spoke to the press saying. The one who must sacrifice today is Hezbollah. It has become clear that the killers were from their ranks. They think that for this reason they will not be brought to justice and punished. I repeat, we will not rest until they are punished. The court, however, said it couldn't connect the killer to Hezbollah's leadership, citing insufficient evidence. Just days before the verdict, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah dismissed the tribunal in a speech, saying, We're not concerned with the special Tribunal of Lebanon's rulings. We cling to the innocence of our brothers should unjust verdicts be issued against them.

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"jamil" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"jamil" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

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"jamil" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"jamil" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Bars and restaurants local police warning the blank are unable to socially distance. Drunk people. Yes, drunk people while drunk people are great at a lot of things like telling strangers. They love them and thinking Karaoke is just a great idea. They're not particularly good at social. Distancing police across the UK are warning that crowds of drunk people are completely ignoring rules to stay six feet apart, and are recommending people do the socially-responsible thing and continue getting blackout drunk alone admiral. Bill hadn't holiday in our quiz. Well, she has seven right for fourteen more points. She now has sixteen points and the lead graduations ball, and that was very well done. Like me at all. Alright at your weekly math quiz bill. How many does Mas Ni to win six to tie seven outright? All right. Here we go according to the city's health inspector trump's rally in blank, likely contributed to a corona virus sir. Yes this week. The Supreme Court ruled that White House. Rule letting employers opt out of providing no cost blank could stand contraception snack, contraception birth control, citing retaliation to his part in trump's impeachment, hearing colonel blank announced plans to retire from the army vindication. Yes Alexander Vitamin this weekend arson suspect was easily identified and security footage because he blanked. Burn himself, you know He. Accidentally, said his clothes on fire on Tuesday, the US announced a one point. Six billion dollar payment to drug maker Novak's to track a blank. Vaccine for the coronavirus exactly right during an interview with Forbes magazine, rapper blank his presidential platform. Conway Con Yay Jesus in an effort to get more people to.

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"jamil" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"jamil" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Police at a stolen car was arrested after he crashed into blank. A White Person No. Women driving a different stolen car. Oh, wow his. No well, you never know. So Romantic, it would be the high speed chase lasted for several blocks before the thief ran into another stolen car too crowded intersection, both man and woman were arrested for grand theft auto and reckless driving, but it will all have been worth it when he tells his kids the story of how he met their mother beautiful eighth though. Bill how did Maeve doing our Quiz Moshi? Got One right for two more points. Four points and is tied for Mas for the lead and Paula. Yeah. All you're up next. Please go blank on Thursday the supreme. Court ruled that Manhattan prosecutors could access blanks. Financial records trump yes, on Tuesday, the president of blank announced that he had tested positive for cove in nineteen. Brazil, it is on our on Thursday New York. City painted a black lives. Matter Mural outside of blank in Manhattan. Come Tower right on Monday new. Yorker Amy. Cooper was charged with filing a false report for calling police on a bird watcher in. Central Park right following pressure from sponsors blanks football team said they would seriously consider finally changing their name. A Washington's Washington's football team and Wednesday cartoonist Gary Larson, best known for his long running strip blank, published his first new comics and twenty five years. The farsight, no not too far side the far side. Don't take it back. You've got the point after the. UK began reopening.

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"jamil" Discussed on Negotiating For Life

Negotiating For Life

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"jamil" Discussed on Negotiating For Life

"I think we bought a laptop on really good. Um, On a really good point because we started talking about some sort of I don't even know if you would call a reformed but ways that we can improve may be part of the police justice system and we started talking about that sort of don't even have the title for it but police coaches or something like that and I thought that was fascinating because we were kind of getting to a point to where you know, we were talking about ways of improving things and I think that's that's what the Genesis of this whole conversation was about it. How can we actually improve? How can we improve? Not only race relations. How can we improve understanding? How can we improve system if it's broken and how can we may better? So I guess that's kind of where we left off where we going to pick up man. You want to jump to it? Yeah. I want to encourage you guys. If you have questions, I mean, please continue to drop on these questions are wrong helpful. I think they're really good. And I think that's where we'll we'll start is with a couple of questions. Some of these are for both of us. Some of these are definitely more for me I guess but that's the first one just says our police officers under trained when I compare them to the military. It seems like they see a lot more action, which I don't know if agree with that from some of what I've heard from some of my military folks may be more action over time. But when someone in military sees action, they see action, but they get way less training or they get way less budget is what this person said. So so when you hear calls to defund the police dog Seems like that light might make things worse. Would love to hear more about what police training looks like. So I'm going to start with what I believe Jamil would do and that's going to be I'm ask him a question. And so here's my question for you is Jamil when you hear defund the police, what does that.

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"jamil" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"jamil" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"I way with Gina Djamil. Poe cost about understanding and owning shame I'm the Guardian did this big picture of my? With the word loneliness across on again I was so embarrassed. To be the face of loneliness. Of Chanel. About loving yourself I started saying which is carried me through my whole like rest of my adolescence which is like the either want being, or they don't want the bean about growth I believe at some point I probably would have had the diagnosis of Orthodoxy food. It's a health-based quote. Unquote like eating disorder right body image disorders so about two years ago, I stopped dieting entirely even about moments that I be should feel shame about, but don't you know I went to someone's house and I was in their bathroom, and the beautiful gold necklace, as I immediately put on, like came outside, showed the person I was staying with was like look at this I don't think that's I think that's. She was. AIDS. I am someone who loves to Loan I. HAVE A lot to learn, and I decided to reach out to some of the smartest and funniest and most inspiring, an interesting people I've had the privilege of meeting, and I've asked them to come onto this podcast to teach people like feminist icon. Gloria Steinem I weigh my love of my age unexpectedly actor and love of my life beanie Feldstein. I lay loving vanilla with rainbow sprinkles madly actor and activist. Matt Magori I way. Bold compassion for myself and others Canadian near Brennan I. Weigh My coat I have a code. It's my code, my belief system, that's what I way and many many more so join us on this journey of progress, not perfection. I way with Gemeda Djamil premiums on Friday April third on Stitcher, apple podcasts, spotify or wherever you listen..

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Jameela Jamil Has an Ambitious Goal: To Feel Things

The Hilarious World of Depression

09:16 min | 1 year ago

Jameela Jamil Has an Ambitious Goal: To Feel Things

"It's the hilarious world of depression. I'm John Mel on this episode person who has become famous in America rather quickly as a Sitcom star and an outspoken activist. The Sitcom has ended but the activism. Who It's just getting started. Hello my name is Jamila Djamil and I am at the Hilarious Weld Off. Depression and And what do you do for a living? I'm an actor and activist at a pain in the US. Three job titles multifaceted. Jamila Djamil was a TV and radio host or presenter in England for several years. Welcome to fish. Wrap up with me. I am here to deliver onto you all of the latest chart news and gossip in less time than it takes to make a couple of so last Sunday Cigna American audiences. I got to know her playing honey. Djamil the name-dropping high-society Londoner on the NBC. Moral Philosophy Sitcom the good place. But we've been through a lot swell you. I haven't been this upsets. My good friend Taylor was rude. Yep Stage in Konya was defending my best friend. Say Jamila grew up in London. Her parents emigrated from Pakistan and India says. Her family had a lot of mental health problems. Schizophrenia OCD bipolar depression suicidal. Ibm for Jamila. There was anxiety. There was depression and coming to grips with a lot of trauma. I wouldn't say who within my entire giant family unit because South Asian families huge. But there was an abusive background. Came From and A lot of bullying at home and at school That happened to us. Because we were Pakistani and My Dad is I think. Technically Indian We were South Asians living in a very racist time in Britain such as very tense existence to grow up in where people constantly hounding you with racial slurs calling you a monkey and not wanting to sit next to you at school and just a general night Great doesn't doesn't so no it was really bad. I'm amazed I made it out of my. I've made it our of my twenties even but I've had like a full nervous breakdown gone completely just totally lost it looking back on it now. It was pretty bleak. She had big time mental health issues but she says South Asian immigrant. Culture didn't talk about that kind of thing and neither did British culture. What was being talked about? Was the necessity for girls to be ridiculously skinny. And Jamila Developed Anorexia so I think is a combination the fact that I was growing up in the nineties and so- Heroin Chic could time the adults using non ironically. Where you to? In order to be beautiful you had to emulate the look of someone who does not eat and only Consumes heroin is also look a famine? That people were trying to achieve which is fucking insane considering that famine was and is still occurring in this world and millions and millions of people are suffering and dying from it and how much those people would love to be able to eat something Having their own physiques considered chic in this Bizarre and shallow industry. I was seeing people in my own country. Flights Pakistan and see 'em like skill lethal people on the side of the street begging for food. And then I would come here and see people starving themselves deliberately to emulate that look in order to fit into runway closed just so tiny so the look was just everywhere you were supposed to have jutting out hipbones and believe me. It was a badge of owner. It wasn't something that you hid. There was a long queue outside the girls along line outside the girl's bathroom. Everyone throwing up at lunch one. After the other. The other there was a girl. Easter bring her weighing scales in school and e on them. I remember without giving an interview saying she eats nude in order to stop us from overindulging. In Your Kate Moss talking about nothing tastes as good as thin. Feels well tacos. Pizza cake was their decision that you remember making A. I need to start eating way less. I need to start. Was that a conscious thing or do they just emerge suddenly it was a very very conscious scarring moment of my maths teacher wanting to teach us about graphs and pie charts and she weighed all of us to collect all of our weights as data to show a chart. The dumbest thing you've ever heard how I was. Eleven I was one of the tools guarding was the second oldest girl in the year and I was choppy. Because you gotta get like why toget- toll and also I was just. That was just my build at the time I was loving the curry and I had no self conscious about my body whatsoever. I loved having a tummy. I didn't know about thighs very innocent child. I wasn't remotely interested in the way that I look and That moment changed everything because I was the happiest girl in the class. I was ridiculed by the entire year I came home. My family founded shocking upsetting. I was the happiest girl year and I was immediately encouraged to diet and so I started my first I about eleven and it was. I was dieting. The way an eleven year old were diet which is with no understanding of any nutrition. I was living on somewhere between like two hundred three hundred calories. A day sometimes lasts which is insane because I was very tall and even by the time I hit five ten in my early teens. I was still consuming sometimes. Want two hundred calories a day a belly move passing out all the time didn't did stop menstruating and thought that I was winning. It never struck you as something wrong with us. No everyone was doing it. Everyone was doing everyone who's taking laxatives. Everyone's drinking teas that. I now rally against so hard There was slimfast cans all over our school. I want you know fell over. One on the steps steps passed out a tiny like fake chocolate bars instead of meals. It was just people were afraid of carbs and Pasta and everyone was on the Atkins Diet. So everyone's smell like metal and also it was just disgusting. It's terrible time and we were all on it so it didn't even feel like something. You really hit ego also at the time because of Hollywood there was this fucking Brag that I think kind of still exists of women pretending they eat so much just unnaturally thin. What a dumb witted Brag finding other mental illness conditions emerging with the eating disorder or. Were you just two out of even notice a depression or an anxiety? I wasn't even out of it. I was high on it like I was just sort of I was I was such a devoted anorexic and I was so it's so time consuming beyond our exit. The amount of time you spend learning new tricks trying new tricks hiding your food all of the all of the things that you have to do with so consuming. The I didn't even know that I had any kind of mental illness. I didn't think I had anorexia. I didn't think there was no. I didn't think there was anything wrong with me. The only thing I thought was wrong with me that I wasn't enough I was never thin enough. Do you understand what Anorexia was and just think it was something other people had. Yeah I used to be jealous. I thought Anorexia could only come in the form of of someone who weighs like three or four stone forty two to fifty six pounds and I would be envious if those people for being able to achieve that. I really didn't get it. But that's the problem is if you give this misinformation children. We don't have the whole picture. We do we also have this like youthful arrogance to us where we think our health will last forever. Our lives will go on forever will never be Will never face the side effects in. No one knows about osteoporosis. Kidney damage or liver damage all the IBS. All the different things that happened to people who mess around with their health my thyroid. My drains. Everything is exhausted. I mean I even now sorry twenty years after I started sobbing myself. That's what I was gonna ask because so often people think of it as. Oh anorexia is when you're not eating enough but it is a mental thing that even if you people can have anorexia yeah and and even if you find better eating habits later on the reasoning the processing of the idea of food is still always there. So many of told our weaponized food in our minds. So we're taught that like food. Is You know if you have a parent who beats you and then feel bad about it and then gives you a meal afterwards. You start to associate that meal with love or if your parents are. You're not supposed to eat then. Food becomes rebellion and food. Become self harm so we can. We can give food all these kind of different personalities and I think a lot of people lot more people realized then they realize even during the the guilt associated food and the coding and the words that we use around food of clean eating dirty foods. This is just this shame Sort of slipped in an envelope within all of these ways of discussing this thing that we need to give our body nutrition so it can function food fuel and I didn't know that until I hit thirty

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Tracie Egan Morrissey and the Curious Case of Jameela Jamil

Celeb News Ride Home

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Tracie Egan Morrissey and the Curious Case of Jameela Jamil

"Some updates about the Jamila meal thing. Apparently she's been deming with the writer. Who came up with the Munchhausen's conspiracy theory? Her name is Tracy Eakin Morrissey by the way tracy about it on her instagram stories. Saying quote she was damning me for seven hours last night long. After I stopped responding I never reached out to her. She reached out to me. Who's Zoom in who? She also revealed that she's going to release stimulus dams in a patriotic. Only podcast episode. Today Oh my God. This whole thing is wild why is Jamilla deeming this person why is Jamilla getting involved in this at all like she could have said nothing? And then none of this would have gotten picked up. And we wouldn't even know about it also just a sidebar if you of you also deemed me to tell me that none of Jamila Jim Meals. Good Place. Cast members follow her on twitter or instagram and to make things even juicier her classmate. Darcy Carton does not follow Jamila but does follow tracey. Morrison the founder of this Jamila Djamil conspiracy theory. I mean that that he scalding to be honest with you like my hands are burnt from getting all this tease deliver it all. Oh my God. It's too much it's too much

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"jamil" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"jamil" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"What is your most commonly used Emoji which you say? It's the emotion. Yea It's the side. I very judgy. I use them in a very judgy way. I I know what you're talking about. Yeah Yeah exactly. It's the disappointed side. I use quite a lot. I also use the enthusiastically nodding eh James's fan of the AUBERGINE. The AUBERGINE and we use the the one that bears all of its. It's just against obvious turning redder. That's just natural complexion. He's he say used to me okay. Boss tested every depths of his. Like Englishness if you could be a professional athlete. What sport would you play? Did you play sports as a kid. No Oh my God I know I know I'm so clumsy. I'm sort of. I think my actually have have dyspraxia like I can't. I think it's like I. This is ignorant dyslexia of the body. Seem to like James. Would you say you think I'm just is brexit. Did Not affirmatively. Yeah I'm very. I have the time I have a donaldson. Durham which is Collagen thing. That makes me do this. Oh non-casino mercedes-benz fully but good. So my knees. I'm too clumsy for Sports Sports. I could never do sports. I can't do action scenes as a big action scene in the good place where all of the characters fight these demons and they knew to not involve me in that hide behind a pool table during the fight scene and I pulled my master my bum from hiding from crouching along the I ended up being the left to the injury at the end of the week. Anyone limping united nothing. This is a departure and I want to get back to this because we're almost done but but this correct. I want to talk to you about car accident..

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"jamil" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

11:57 min | 1 year ago

"jamil" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"I'll wait till on the cost to tell you a bone I have to pick with you about one of your film. Roles also fought me out. I can't hear about Abon. What's the bone okay? So she was just yeah. Jeep is fucking creepers okay. That film has fought me up for my whole life. I have never been okay since I saw that film even though the. CGI isn't always amazing. No ally sued and won so time but it was incredibly effective now. I still think that that demon is outside my window every single day. I look outside of my window at night because I think it's going to be there. I'm thirty three. I saw that film eighteen years ago to your whole you're a teenager. ooh That's the film that made me realize I can't watch horror movies anymore because it just permeated my soul. In a way that maybe realized that I'm much of a pussy to live with sandy's things if no matter how fantastic and ridiculous they are. I am petrified. Blame you okay. I'll take that I'm coming to fight complimentary when you hear some of that. It was effective like that. But see I for me for me personally for me. The first half is really effective. It's the stuff that you don't see yes and then once you see that it's like okay. It's a it's make you can see that it's a movie back remember. There was a line in that that got cut that fortunately he the director cut That the creeper set spoke at one point. Now Yeah and the guy had like a weird southern accent. He was like he smelled. Lady Eileen Brennan. WHO's so good He smells her and and he goes Sh. She don't smell too. Good dairy is. It was really weird. Yeah trying to sound medicine. You know it's like you don't have to do anything it and also like seeing it. Uh Up close you know when when when you find the face and it looks like a genital war going to war like it. It was at one point called the tunnel. General were project wonderful. Wonderful Jenner worthy came third spring. This guy gets a flare up. And that's what it feels like. It's waiting for me outside my window single nights via what do people say. What is their response to you? When they see see you when they were they spy what bones do they have to pick with you? I mean I think some people just think I'm a bit much which I am. I think just the fact that I'm always banging on about something. Very outspoken. So and so frequently outspoken. And I think that especially when you see a woman doing it with so unaccustomed and seeing that so it's particularly grating especially a woman who looks like you women of of a different color. Yes exactly no no you no I do have a different sort of a neom I am so you know. I think people unaccustomed insights grating and also I understand how it must feel like Jesus she never takes a day off but unfortunately nor do the things. I'm fighting the way I kind of balancing this out. Is that when shame takes a day off. So we'll I until until we stop hurting people. Why should I stop defending them? And so I don't really give a fuck. I don't care if you'd like me or not you personally tonight. So far we have an hour. I'd like you to just kind of shut up though I can't wait to talk to you about these. Since it's a liberating thing you know. I play this character on the good place where her the thing that has most held her back can life is her obsession with wanting to be liked wanting to be approved off and having people admire her young and that was a great learning curve for me because it was around the time of understanding her obsession Shen that helped me distance myself from mine because I think women in particular condition that we have to be likeable and we have to be liked and we have to be around catering and seeing how much that held her back in. Life made me register that in myself character. Yeah so that was a great turning point in the fact that I was just turning thirty when I started as Tony and I stepped into into my power of not feeling like I needed to be liked by anyone other than my boyfriend. Y- that would be important which has great well if it frees you up and activism because sometimes people could be held back by the virginity the IGA. I could not understand that more. which is I think why I so admire you? I discovered did you. Before I discovered using actress I discovered you as an outspoken activist and I did I had no idea what your background was. I just knew that the things you were saying were very very compelling and powerful and incendiary And cy I I wondered and I continue to wonder how you do that. How you're able to to set your ego aside and and like you said not care what people think? I struggle with that so i. It's it's something that I really deeply admire. How how do you do that? It can't be all through this character. No it wasn't alter the character I also had a therapy called. Em I'm movement desensitization reprocessing therapy as that just involves goals sitting and looking at a wall where there is a light moving across that wool back-and-forth and you think you'll greatest the way to record. I'm terrible at breaking this out. I'm I'M NOT GONNA go into this in any great detail because I am not an expert but the wall I can tell you is that it's a therapy that has been around for a long time. That is coming into the mainstream mainstream now that was designed for PTSD. There are very few therapies that are effective trauma and what this does is it. Basically is a very very simple way of reorganizing thoughts from the irrational all. The rational popular brain trauma can can leave you with irrational creepers. Just is now so I can stop waiting for that. STD's right up so you wouldn't find veterans but there's a direct correlation between I'm movement and thought processes are is move on with sleeping rem. Yes I'm not mad. I'm not talking about the man. That is a thing. No good what what band no and there are certain tells right to win you. You're lying if you look to laugh. I think that's where the creative side of your brain is. And if you recall a memory we often look up some reason and so Because of that correlation they designed to type of therapy that uses your movement to move thoughts around and reorganize your brain essentially. And when you're doing it feels so boring a nonsensical and you feel like a dog and he feel offended and your intelligence is being undermined. Yeah I feel a little bit like someone is reducing your problems down to this. You're incredibly dramatic problems down to this very simple technique. It does almost feel like your experience is being undermined and yet it is so effective. It works so quickly. I use that to get rid of a lot of my traumas which helped me separate my Pride from what actually important. We often especially actors old people in show business. Have like an irrational almost psychosis around other people's opinion one of us. Some people say that we get into show business because we didn't feel everyone. We want to be lighter than and because we weren't like maybe by someone very important in our lives we need. We need to be loved and liked by the rest of the world. I can't really do that. I wonder if it shines a light on the fact that we're all just these machines were not quite as complex as we. Sometimes they are the products of our environments. And you know a lot of us carry trauma we have only as having survived a wall or is being attacked by lots of people but trauma can happen. In really insidious ways and I've I've experienced trauma and so many different ways I'd like an abusive childhood towed and then I was physically really badly at school as well and I was death until I was twelve and bullied for being death. Yeah no by the time I was twelve. Here comes into another car tax and so I had so much and then I'm just a woman then. I'm a Pakistani woman growing up in the most racist time in England towards my people and so I was just saddled with so much trauma that I didn't even know what to do with them. I and I become a product just that and my basic personality was made up of a million different types of PTSD and psychosis just wrapped up into one. busty bundle ends one lovable. And how does that. How does that live? Where does that live? How does it manifest itself that must be such should? What a journey that must've yeah? Well I guess Zayed's and depression and suicidal probably until I was about twenty seven twenty eight. You speak about this very open about this. And that's something that that. The loan is very noble. I think but it's it's also a surprise. Ju Ju I mean this is purely superficially and I know you get a lot of. I've read a lot of the comments. Comments that people write to you and a lot of them are version of. What are you have to be depressed? I mean look at it. You know it's very like and we live in that culture and I'm a product of that culture talking to you. I can't just in researching you. I was stunned to find out that you had withstood. All of these tragic events in your life the confusing about it is how communities but the life that I've lived sounds extraordinary. 'cause we haven't heard many people just come out and say we stigmatize people talking about that trauma trauma we stigmatize the concept of the victim And we don't open up about feelings enough. Which is why I rally so hard to de-stigmatising these things to talk about everything very a openly But the most amazing thing about I very sad and and let broken life is the fact that is so common so many people shat all of these experiences with me and that has been the thing that I found the most profound about speaking out about them as the majority of if the feedback I get is other people having shed a was experiences. And you said something recently you you address that to some degree when you you had had. It wasn't a bill passed but it was a measure passed on instagram. That was preventing a certain companies from targeting grind grind. Yeah so we. We managed to get instagram facebook. I go petition about two hundred and fifty thousand signatures in three days plus the result of being a bit much. That's right well but effective and somebody wrote to you. They said you know thank you for doing this. They gave you all of the credit. You said something really I think important in in selfless which was I only. I did this. I have the power to do this but it's not as though I did this on my own. No this I mean the seventy activists have come before me but also the the community of predominantly women but lots of different people behind me. Who helped me get these laws passed? We basically changed a global policy among across instagram and facebook worldwide. Ride to stop minors from being able to conceal it would like being able to buy. Ob exposed to diet detox products. 'cause exaggerate wh what was behind that. What was the motivation? What compelled you to do that? Yeah I was. I was young. Anyone who was famous recommended anything. They attributed that very thin physique to to I would buy Gwyneth. Paltrow said in a mainstream magazine back then and she was young and didn't have any better but she said the I eat in front of a mirror naked naked to stop myself from overindulging which is obviously very antisocial and restaurants not advised first of all you need a mirror in the I got into quite love. Trouble following hip Thanks it's huge and the fact that it reach somebody like me somebody with stop taking laxatives. No unfortunately I just I love the feeling but but that's a whole different issue podcast..

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Jameela Jamil Begs Khloe Kardashian Not To 'Hurt Other Girls' With Flat Tummy Post

The Morning Toast

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Jameela Jamil Begs Khloe Kardashian Not To 'Hurt Other Girls' With Flat Tummy Post

"Jamila Djamil criticizes khloe card for promoting weight loss. Shakes quote, be smarter than this. Okay. Khloe posted an Instagram a flat tummy, co partnership and Jamila Djamil commented. It quote, if you're too responsible to one own up to the fact that you have a personal trainer nutritionist probable chef and surgeon to achieve aesthetic rather than this laxative product, and to tell them the side effects of this non FDA approved product that most doctors are saying aren't healthy side effects such as possible, flat tummy T side effects are cramping stomach pains, diarrhea and dehydration. Then. I guess I have to it's incredibly awful that it's industry bullied you until he became this fixated on your appearance.

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Jose Mourinho teetering as Man United's awful week ends in West Ham woe

ESPN FC

04:55 min | 3 years ago

Jose Mourinho teetering as Man United's awful week ends in West Ham woe

"West Ham hosting Manchester, United. What's been a difficult week for United Josie. Marino big decision here, leaving Alexis Sanchez. Out of the eighteenth early on West Ham goes head in the six minute Poudel salad that Anderson here look show goes to sleep offsite, not govern then Philippi. I'm this love flake to shock. Good ball in from Atlanta west off the great styles. Reno's men down in the six minute nearly get back here in the twenty third new Kaku off the post finless the, yeah, the goes against him does real together across his month. Thirty ninth minute chance for United Scott Mattamy down in the box must have been a gust of would not according to marina wasn't. Never creek forty third minute another for West Ham, Andre Yarmolenka gonna just kind of throw this one towards goal gets a lucky bounce to nothing. I know famous Demonte. He's he's trying to obviously share with them. Away from gold deals comes out. He works on his left foot was a big deflation. Close them quicken off sixty four th minute. Little bit of a response from United cross comes in great. Save from Nukus tabby ounce, good shave beyond severe crucial point a game on other crystal point in the game was the talking point of the whole week, an accountancy poke poke who started, but let's be honest, did not play well and was taken off Marcus rash furred in gets the goal seventy. First minutes. Suddenly we've got a game Marino feeling good, Arcus Rushworth another talking point. You get Madrid, fields talking points remind United why he doesn't get more game time. One of them seventy four th minute. Are not which one on one pass Mark noble and that'll do it. Anybody wants to defend great finish my not which was injured the week before back in the side, capped off a fine day for the most three one. The final scores second win of the season for West Ham, United seven matches played just ten points to show for it. Here's Josie. Marino had to say after the defeat. The last couple of games about maybe a lack of intensity. Was that a problem again today? Well, I think at him team that comes with that mental fragility of the bed results coming here and after five minutes is is losing one Neil is not the best way to start. Off-site, but no VR in visine Lanzmann mistake and angle makes tunnel where. Where we know that Jamil inquiries very, very, very left-footed. We know that we have to to cover that side. We have Matete John on the ball with have looked show and and Lindelof very close by. We are not aggressive and intense enough to close that that short and then mail losing to new. And then instead of linesmen mistake is the referee's mistake is an fall is a fallen on Marcus rush. Wirtz Zabaleta doesn't have an attempt to play the ball just just. Pool the player from Heinz. And then the go-to again kills mentally the team that had the reaction had a little bit of of the.

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1 US service member killed, 1 wounded in apparent insider attack in Afghanistan

Rush Limbaugh

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

1 US service member killed, 1 wounded in apparent insider attack in Afghanistan

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"jamil" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"jamil" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Go cave in and what did we find in the man cave yes world cup world cup we care about the world cup i've asked this question before if you care about the world cup jamil these digits right now and i'll send you a copy of my book invade the man cave and all you have to do is go to invade the man cave actually invade the man cave dot com and fill out all the it's easy you're just you're address etc and i will send you an autograph copy or again you can dive on these digits eight five five to six six fifty to eighty three does anyone care about world cup i do i i can't claim to know a lot about it i've had to kind of bone up on it if you will the colombians i love this because i have a really good friend who is from and i'm going to see her in a couple of weeks and i'm sure she's ecstatic she's there right now and columbia beat senegal one nil so they are moving on up it's all about getting into the round of sixteen poland was the winner belgium was winner over england and who cares game by the way one nil because they're both already in the round of sixteen tunisia beat panama to one i mean it gets interesting to me as you get to that sixteen because that's when you get closer to those games that are not that they can't be intense now but they're really intense because then you're talking about vying for the world cup and over the weekend there's argentine of playing france and portugal playing uric ally and then on sunday spain and russia and croatian denmark and then then you go from there and it's it's interesting there there are i think a lot of americans who are actually paying attention who are actually watching it but not they're not as in tuned to it i think is they would be if america the us was playing it's more about football right in this country it's more about football so how about this the bucks quarterback jameis winston was suspended for the first three games officially of twenty eighteen so he was suspended because of what happens in this car with an uber driver the investigation the nfl did they found the tampa bay bucks quarterback inappropriately touched a female driver in march of two thousand sixteen and they released the statement saying by touching the driver and inappropriate sexual manner without her consent disciplinary action was necessary and appropriate so they say that he's required to get a clinical evaluation and cooperate with any recommended therapeutic intervention any kind of program they say if he doesn't comply could result in further discipline and they also said another violation of the personal conduct policy would result in more discipline for him so instead it's interesting the fates and fortunes of what happens on a football team a lotta times is about injury but a veteran ryan fitzpatrick's going to start in his place so they open the season on the road against the saints than they have two home games against the philadelphia eagles and then monday night against the steelers he won two of his three starts for tampa last season when winston had a shoulder injury so that's what's happening and the story was brutal that he was trashed out of his mind according to the story his friends put them in an uber there were two other people with him but everybody got dropped off in different places and separately and this isn't the first time he's gotten into trouble in this direction but it's so the nfl had to act swiftly as they could once they knew and they had to do a thorough investigation so that's what that's what that's what they did because we're now we're at the point we're almost in training camps it's shocking to think that we're gonna be in july by the.

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